I am recommending a lengthy process here, but it is convenient and simple if you enjoy working with PowerPoint. Firstly, convert your pdf into ppt format. Select slide size and adjust the size of the slide as per your pdf requirements. Slide size is in the top right corner next to format background. Next, click on Page set up. For a landscape view, 11 width and 8.5 height are recommended. and for portrait, you can use 8.5 width and 11 height. Now, design and develop the slides accordingly by adding shapes, buttons, and relevant hyperlinks. Please make sure to use transparent shapes for the hyperlinks and title the hyperlinks so that you know where t go. Once you have finalized the PowerPoint presentation, run a slide show to make sure that all the links work correctly. Then, click on File - click on Save a Copy - click on the arrow to the right of PowerPoint Presentation (*.pptx). A list of file types will appear. Click on PDF (*.pdf). Finally, select Save. Open the PDF file and test to make sure that the links and interactions work. There are other ways to create a PDF from a PowerPoint presentation, e.g. print to PDF or export to PDF. But sometimes the hyperlinks do not work. Also, when you save the presentation as a PDF file it freezes the formatting and layout. People can view the slides even if t don’t have PowerPoint, but t can’t make changes to it. So you might have to switch to the same ppt again in order to make changes. However, if you have a subscription to Pdf To Word Conversion Pro you can select “Edit PDF” and you can make text related changes and add new pages and link them. Hope this helps!
PDF to HTML (Note: I used another program here, but it doesn't support page numbers or line breaks in the text, so it's not so accurate.) PDF to Word can be used to convert a PDF to a Word document. The conversion algorithm is complex and requires some skills to set up correctly. The only program I could find that can convert a PDF to something that can be used on the Internet, using a URL, was this one. I don't use it as often as other programs I mention because we need to be able to print a lot, not just a PDF in case. But sometimes we can't print one of our documents, like the book, so, for that, it makes sense. If you're not very technical and are just trying to convert your documents from PDF to word, this is a decent option. Other programs I found: The free and.